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From my exp im 9 weeks post op and since mine are getting little softer i noticed they dont sit up so high anymore but only come together slightly... I dont think we are going to have extreme cleavage with out wearing a nice bra... to get the look from you profile pic you have to get some serious large size & looks like the top is a good fit so it compresses and pushes them together.

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sent you a FR - hope you dont mind. i think it will probably take a month or more to be able to start doing that? i dunno suppose it depends on the person and they will get more and more moveable all the time

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Hey hun - due to my anatomy I have boobie gap too. Can't wait for some softening and movement so I can squish them together a bit!

When you are allowed to wear real bras you should be able to squish them together nicely and achieve a great cleavage. I can't wear underwires for 6 months :eek: Just got to be patient!!

Don't judge them too much yet, they have so much softening to do.

xx

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I have boobie gap also, however mine are now that soft that I can push them together and get FANTASTIC Cleverge!!!

The softening will help but you may always have a gap without the help of Bra's.

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I had a gap before surgery and both my PS in Aus that I first consulted with and my overseas surgeon said I will have one at the end of it. All comes down to anatomy in my case. Still got my gap.

No doubt the bras will push them together beautifully xx

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Agree with OneDay :) once they soften, a good bra will muscle those babies together!! haha I had to look through my post op pics to see when they really did get to a point where I could achieve "bum" cleavage... took about 5 to 6 months :) But I still liked the movement in them from around 2 to 3 months - couldn't get bum cleavage, but could push them together a bit more for a nice deep cleavage :o I have a deco bra {Freya brand} that does this well now!! Hoping to find a triangle style kini that can too??

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I'm am waiting for mine to soften up enough too so I can get a good bra to give me some cleavage. At the moment I can maybe just push them inwards together about 1cm, they are still too stiff for a bra to help with that. They are definately getting softer now approaching 3 weeks post op but I am thinking at least a few months and I do have to wear my ugly post op bra for 6 weeks

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I'm part of the gap club too but so happy not to be a member of the sag club anymore, can handle some side boob and gap as a trade off. Be great when we can move them around instead of having them locked solid

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The gap issue is a question on every girls mind I think. I have a pretty significant gap in between mine I asked my PS before I had BA done how big the gap would be by the time they settled down and fell into place and he said mine should have about a 2cm gap so hopefully mine turn out somewhere around that mark if not bring on push together bras

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Agree with OneDay :) once they soften, a good bra will muscle those babies together!! haha I had to look through my post op pics to see when they really did get to a point where I could achieve "bum" cleavage... took about 5 to 6 months :) But I still liked the movement in them from around 2 to 3 months - couldn't get bum cleavage, but could push them together a bit more for a nice deep cleavage :o I have a deco bra {Freya brand} that does this well now!! Hoping to find a triangle style kini that can too??

I had a stalk through your post-op pics to see this too, Mrs B. Thanks for putting such comprehensive pics up. It's great to see the changes over time xx

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MrsB - You are so a helpful poster! I've sent you a FR as I'd love to see the progress pics of your BA.

Cheers!

MM

Agree with OneDay :) once they soften, a good bra will muscle those babies together!! haha I had to look through my post op pics to see when they really did get to a point where I could achieve "bum" cleavage... took about 5 to 6 months :) But I still liked the movement in them from around 2 to 3 months - couldn't get bum cleavage, but could push them together a bit more for a nice deep cleavage :o I have a deco bra {Freya brand} that does this well now!! Hoping to find a triangle style kini that can too??

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Thank you JenJen :) I am so glad my pics can help. I "stalked" your pics yesterday and you are looking AMAZING! Massive congrats hun

Thank you meerkatmama ~ have accepted your FR :)

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